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Caser has a stock in Bolzano and Canal San Bovo in Trentino, and one in Chioggia in the Venetian, Caseri, very rare, is typical of the Bergamo area, of Carvico, Treviglio and Villa d'Adda above all, Casero is typical of the Milanese, of Canegrate and Legnano, Casieri has a Roman stock and one in Canosa di Puglòia in the Bari area and in Cerignola and Storara in the Foggia area, Casiero has an Apulian stock in Lucera in the Foggia and Andria and Altamura in the Bari area, it has a stock in Ferrandina in Matera, one in Benevento in San Giorgio la Molara and San Bartolomeo in Galdo, and a Roman one, all these surnames should derive from the activity of master housekeeper (cheese maker) done by the progenitor.

Bibliographic source' "L'origine dei cognomi Italianim storia ed etimologia" di E. Rossoni disponibile online su: https://archive.org/

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